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季曦   社会科学文献出版社  2017-03 出版
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生态经济学的能量学说坚持“大生态,小经济”的世界观,重视分析人类社会经济系统的生物物理基础,坚持以能量单位重构价值和决策体系,为我们洞察世界提供了独特的视角。作为能量学说的最新进展,?值理论进一步体现了热力学第二定律的哲学思辨,能更确切地描绘人类社会经济系统的演化规律。本书对都市经济进行了?值核算、模拟与调控,提出了实现都市经济永续长存的三大发展目标:恰当的经济规模、合适的资本丰度以及适当的增长速率。
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  • 自序
  • 第一章 绪论
    1. 第一节 由“空”变“满”,生态经济学初露锋芒
    2. 第二节 在“满”的世界,都市经济何去何从
    3. 第三节 基于能量学说的最新进展,探索都市经济的未来出路
  • 第二章 生态经济学的思想、理论和方法
    1. 第一节 什么是生态经济学
    2. 第二节 生态经济学的流派
    3. 第三节 生态经济学的热力学思辨
    4. 第四节 生态经济学的能量学说
    5. 第五节 生态经济学的系统生态模拟方法
  • 第三章 值理论:一套全新的价值体系
    1. 第一节 值和稀缺性
    2. 第二节 生态价值和生态成本
    3. 第三节 值转化率、品质与 值货币比
    4. 第四节 生态存量和生态财富
  • 第四章 值核算
    1. 第一节 值核算已有的进展
    2. 第二节 值转化率
    3. 第三节 值截面核算方法和指标
    4. 第四节 值网络核算方法和指标
  • 第五章 值系统生态模拟
    1. 第一节 值理论和系统生态模拟的结合
    2. 第二节 自催化反馈设计与 值功率最大化原理
    3. 第三节 脉冲系统模型
    4. 第四节 路语言和模拟
  • 第六章 都市经济 值核算、模拟与调控
    1. 第一节 都市经济 值网络核算
    2. 第二节 都市经济 值系统生态模拟与调控
  • 第七章 北京市都市经济 值核算
    1. 第一节 数据来源
    2. 第二节 都市经济概况
    3. 第三节 值网络核算框架
    4. 第四节 生态财富和相关分析
    5. 第五节 生态成本和相关分析
  • 第八章 北京市都市经济 值系统生态模拟
    1. 第一节 模型
    2. 第二节 模拟结果与分析
    3. 第三节 都市经济脉冲分析
  • 第九章 北京市都市经济 值系统生态调控
    1. 第一节 资源瓶颈
    2. 第二节 供给管理和需求管理
    3. 第三节 供给管理:调水方案
    4. 第四节 需求管理:能源价格调控方案
    5. 第五节 比较和总结
  • 第十章 如何面向未来
    1. 第一节 回顾与总结
    2. 第二节 启示:宏观经济的三大目标
    3. 第三节 从容地面向未来
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